On Thursday, December 8th, the speed limit on City-owned streets in the City of Cambridge will be reduced to 25 Miles Per Hour (MPH), unless otherwise posted. Learn about this Vision Zero Initiative
From design to construction, the Main Street Reconstruction Project has been many years in the making. Today, it can now be enjoyed by all who live, work, and visit Kendall Square. Read the full story
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Regular City Council Meeting
Know Your Rights Workshop
The Kendall Square Mobility Task Force process was established in 2015 to take a comprehensive look at mobility issues in the Kendall Square area of Cambridge, with the goal of developing a set of policy and project recommendations.
Economic Development and University Relations Committee
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14 families displaced by the December 3, 2016 fire in the Wellington-Harrington neighborhood of Cambridge can receive keys to their new permanent housing in Cambridge. The City Manager’s Office and the Mayor’s Office are working closely with a housing team comprised of City departments, the Metropolitan Boston Housing Partnership, the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development, and the Cambridge Housing Authority to assist displaced households in securing permanent housing. Five additional families will be able to move in to new units at the beginning of next week. The City has identified 37 households needing to find permanent housing.
The City Manager's Office and the Mayor's Office are seeking to identify permanent rental housing for tenants and property owners displaced as a result of December 3, 2016 fire in the Wellington-Harrington Neighborhood. Any Cambridge property owner with permanent rental housing that could be offered to victims should contact the Mayor’s Office at 617-349-4321 to help us match families in need with available housing. Housing needs include both affordable and market-rate housing, with a particular need for housing with 3- or 4-bedrooms that can accommodate families.
The race starts & finishes on Mass Ave in Harvard Square. There will be rolling street closures along the course between 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. The MBTA will temporarily suspend services for Bus #1 and Bus #69 at the Harvard Gate stop between 9-11 a.m.
Cambridge has a network of homeless service providers, faith-based partners, and public services that coordinate efforts during extreme weather conditions.
Schedules for street cleaning, curbside collections, & more for December-January
On Thursday, December 8th, the speed limit on City-owned streets in the City of Cambridge will be reduced to 25 Miles Per Hour (MPH), unless otherwise posted. This is an important step towards improving the safety of everyone who lives, works and visits Cambridge, and is a significant component of the City’s Vision Zero Initiative.
Four City departments are organizing or participating in holiday drives for those who may be alone or may need a helping hand.
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Lisa C. Peterson
Deputy City Manager